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Putting Angus to Bed.
The Teletubbies try to be very quiet.
Shown last Friday on BBC2
Animation. Charlie decides toreturntothecircus. Repeat
The real stories of animals depicted in cartoons.
Cartoon about a group of superheroes. Repeat
Teenage life in a lively California town.
The art show looks at window decorations. Repeat
A purple flower grows in Teletubbyland.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am on BBC2 154
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A quest for the greatest cartoon..
Michaela Strachan and David Bellamy visit London's Kew Gardens for a selection of clips from favourite Disney films, including Pocahontas, Mulan. The Jungle Book and The Little Mermaid. There is also a look at international conservation groups set up by children.
The culinary-challenge show with Ainsley Harriott.
Australian drama. Jaime's father refuses to finance her modelling career.
Repeated at 5.25pm
Disney science-fiction drama.
Two orphans with strange abilities come to the attention of scheming millionaire Aristotle Bolt. Refusing to co-operate with him. the youngsters go on the run, but Bolt is not so easily thwarted. (1975. U) Subtitled.
See Films: pages 46-51
Science-fiction adventure starring William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy , DeForest Kelley
The original crew of the Enterprise oversees the Klingons' integration into the intergalactic Federation. But attacks against the Klingons from an unknown enemy lead to Kirk standing trial for murder. Director Nicholas Meyer (1991, PG)
â™¦ See Films: pages 46-51 ****
Captain James T Kirk:
Dr Leonard Bones McCoy:
Montgomery Scotty Scott:
With Martyn Lewis and Andrew Harvey. Weather David Lee
Another chance to see the first of Nick Park's animated trilogy about one man and his faithful but sceptical dog.
Wallace and Gromit embark on the ideal holiday destination for anyone partial to a bite of cheese - a trip to the moon.
With Peter Sallis as the voice of Wallace. See today's choices.
Wallace and Gromit's TV and wireless guide: page 30; Six Wallace and Gromit toy sets to win: page 126; Reader offer: page
Comedy special about two bizarre, silent eccentrics who live in a sleepy country village, starring Gareth Hale Norman Pace
Unrequited love and a box of stomach tablets turn out to be an unsuccessful combination for Nobby and Ginge as they turn their romantic attentions to their sophisticated next-door neighbour. See today's choices.
Written by Gareth Hale, Norman Pace and Richard Parker
See This Week: page 8
Terry Wogan introduces another selection of mistakes and outtakes from the BBC television archives, including calamitous clips from Blue Peter, Big Break, Tomorrow's World and the weather forecast.
Frank is dreading having to tell Ricky he's leaving, and also tries to compensate an exasperated Peggy. Meanwhile, Lenny's carnival plans have to change.
For cast see Tuesday Subtitled ....
A period thriller involving the stylish twenties detective created by author
Gladys Mitchell. Starring Diana Rigg
When Mrs Bradley arrives at her god-daughter's engagement party, nobody expects the night to end in murder. Aided by her chauffeur, George, Mrs Bradley sets out to discover the truth. A new series begins next year. See today's choices.
Adapted by Simon Booker : Producer Deborah Jones ; Director Audrey Cooke
The sleuthing dame: page 20
Mrs Adela Bradley:
With Peter Sissons.
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Comedy thriller starring
Daryl Hannah , Sam Neill
Nick Halloway , high-flying, fast-living stock analyst and ladies man, makes an easy conquest of Alice Monroe , but the planned follow-up date is prevented by an accident at a laboratory presentation, where Halloway is made invisible.
Director John Carpenter (1992, PG)
♦ See Films: pages 46-51
Dr Bernard Wachs:
Continuing this Britcom season of films, tonight starring Reg Varney
A holiday camp entertainer's determination to make it is so great that he is unaware of his family life crumbling around him.
The season continues on Wednesday with "That's Carry On" at 11.50pm
Director Christopher Hodson (1972) See Films: pages 46-51 *
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